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LEARN TO SING : How to Breathe for Better Singing


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One of the first things I would teach my students is proper breathing technique. If you struggle with controlling your voice, improving your breathing can make a big difference.


Practice Breathing


  1. To maintain good posture, stand with a straight back and keep your feet parallel and hip-width apart. Relax your upper body and look straight ahead, making sure that your head is in alignment with your neck. You can imagine a string pulling your head up to help you maintain proper posture.

  2. To begin, breathe in silently through your mouth or nose, or both, making sure that your chest remains still while you inhale. Instead, focus on allowing your lower stomach to move outward as you breathe in. This technique can help you breathe more deeply and efficiently.

  3. When breathing out, try making an "s" sound through your mouth. Pay attention to the strength of your "s" sound and make sure you're not blowing out too much air, which can cause you to run out of breath quickly. The "s" sound should be produced in a way similar to singing, so if you want to hold a note or a sentence a bit longer, be mindful of the amount of air you're releasing through your mouth.

  4. This completes one set. Repeat this exercise 5 to 10 times every day. With regular practice, you'll become more comfortable and accustomed to it.


Cardio exercises like singing, jogging, or cycling can greatly improve your lung capacity. Remember to enjoy the practice and have fun with it. Let me know if you find it helpful for your singing!


Are you looking to take your singing to the next level? If you're interested in personalized lessons customized just for you, whether online or offline in Bangkok, Thailand, please don't hesitate to contact us. You can reach us at:

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